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Teaching Strengths and Weaknesses to Students through Videos – 2022

If you are an elementary teacher looking for videos for teaching strengths and weaknesses to students, then you found the right place! Videos are a great way to teach social emotional learning skills at the elementary level. They provide both an engaging and informative experience for students to learn about social emotional learning skills. Check out three great videos for teaching strengths and weaknesses below!

3 Videos for Teaching Strengths and Weaknesses

Below are 3 quality videos for teaching your elementary students about strengths and weaknesses.

1. Strengths and Weaknesses Introduction Video

This video explains what strengths and weaknesses are for kids. Pause at :52 and have students answer the questions on the screen. Pause at 1:35 and ask students how their weaknesses can become strengths. After watching, ask students to name some of their strengths and weaknesses. This video is 2 minutes and 31 seconds long.

2. Know Your Strengths and Weaknesses Video

Read the words on screen to introduce strengths and weaknesses. Pause at :17 and have students share some activities that they like to do. Pause at 1:22 and ask students to name some of their weaknesses.  This video is 2 minutes and 36 seconds long.

3. Know Your Character Strengths Video

This video explains strengths and weaknesses and explains how your character traits relate to strengths and weaknesses. After watching the video ask students how they can grow their character muscles. This strengths and weaknesses video is 2 minutes and 59 seconds long.

In closing, we hope you found these 3 videos for teaching strengths and weaknesses helpful! They are a great way to engage your students while learning about this important social emotional learning skill. If you enjoyed this post, then you may also be interested in these other posts about social emotional learning.

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